SJ - October 1, 2020
Georgetown senior wide receiver Dijon Williams was arrested on Monday on a second-degree murder charge. The charges stem from the July 21st murder of a 30-year-old man in Washington D.C.
The Georgetown football team is aware of the arrest and Williams has been suspended from all team activities.
Dijon Williams, a senior football player who plays wide receiver for the Hoyas, and is an Atlanta native, was reportedly arrested Monday in Georgia for the murder or 30-year-old Nurudeen Thomas.
According to D.C. Police, the shooting happened around 5 a.m. in the area of 14th Street and Taylor Street in Northwest. Officers responded to the shooting after getting a call for a single gunshot fired and a man injured.
Georgetown did confirm that Williams has been suspended from all team activities until further notice. The university also said in its statement that the department has been in contact with the university about the charges against Williams.
Nothing good happens that early in the morning. Not unless you're hitting the gym or something.
If you're just hanging out that's a whole different situation. With the Hoyas season canceled this might be another example of one of the downsides of the coronavirus lockdowns.